Industry Ink: SESAC, Touring Career Workshop, Susan Nadler

SESAC Signs Ron and Skylar Wallace

SESAC has announced the signing of songwriters Ron Wallace and Skylar Wallace for representation. The talented father and daughter stopped by SESAC’s Nashville headquarters recently to finalize the new partnership and celebrate with SESAC’s Dennis Lord.

Pictured (L-R):  Ron Wallace, Skylar Wallace and SESAC’s Dennis Lord. Photo: Peyton Hoge

Pictured (L-R): Ron Wallace, Skylar Wallace and SESAC’s Dennis Lord. Photo: Peyton Hoge

Touring Career Workshop Draws 300 To Nashville Event

Touring Career Workshop (TCW) held its largest workshop to date at Soundcheck Nashville recently, where more than 300 people attended sessions led by touring industry elite. Michael Strickland, founder of Bandit Lights, served as keynote speaker.

“We are so excited how this year’s event turned out,” says TCW co-founder and Executive Director Chris Lisle.  “When this idea came to fruition five years ago, we never imagined how big it would be or the impact it would have.  Here’s to 2016!”

“This is my favorite workshop to date,” adds TCW co-founder Erik Parker.  “The number of attendees as well as the quality of the content make this year’s event awesome!

Every year, the Touring Career Workshop benefits a local non-profit and this year TCW partnered with Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee. Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee President & CEO Beth Torres addressed the crowd with heart-warming wish stories.

Pictured (L-R): Erik Parker, co-founder, TCW; Michael Strickland, Bandit Lights; Chris Lisle, co-founder and Executive Director, TCW

Pictured (L-R): Erik Parker, co-founder, TCW; Michael Strickland, Bandit Lights; Chris Lisle, co-founder and Executive Director, TCW

 

Susan Nadler Book Signing

Music industry executive Susan Nadler will sign copies of her newly released book, Silfa, at Eileen Fisher at The Mall at Green Hills. The signing will take place Dec. 2 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Guests can receive a free copy of the book with a purchase of $50 or more.

During her career, Nadler served as publicist for artists such as Tammy Wynette, Bobby Blue Bland, and Clint Black before joining forces with Evelyn Shriver to run Asylum Records from 1998-2001. It was there they released George Jones’ Grammy-winning album, Cold Hard Truth. In 2001, she and Shriver launched Bandit Records to release the final 10 years of critically acclaimed records by Jones. Along the way, she managed the career of country singer Lorrie Morgan, handled publicity for Farm Aid, and served as talent manager of the TV show Soundstage.

Susan Nadler

Susan Nadler

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